Titus 1:16 ESV

They profess to know God, but they deny him by their works. They are detestable, disobedient, unfit for any good work.

Grace to You
Pacifism has never been a pastoral option in the war for people's souls. ... Him, being detestable and disobedient, and worthless for any good deed (Titus 1:16). ... expose, repudiate, and excommunicate all wolves who sneak into the church.
The Responsibility to Rebuke
Among many pastors and church leaders today there is a popular rationale that proclaiming truth is the viable alternative to rebuking error. Rather than wrestling with false teachers and their here...
A Practical Exposition of the Fifty-Third Chapter of Isaiah
Article from RPM Volume 16, Number 45
Beware the Pretenders
30 Aug 2016 ... The book of Jude is probably one of the most neglected books in the Bible. In spite of its short length, it is extremely important. The beginning of ...
Unveiling the Apostates
We return tonight and happily so, in one sense, because we...we need to get into this book where we have been for the last couple of weeks. Jude is the epistle that we are currently studying. This br...
The Way to Heaven

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